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Presenting a comprehensive and consistent treatment of grinding theory and its practical utilization, this new edition focuses on grinding as a machining process using bonded abrasive grinding wheels as the cutting medium. Logically organized, this self-contained resource starts with a description of abrasives and bonded abrasive cutting tools; then moves on to thermal analyses of the grinding process for conventional, creep feed, and superabrasive grinding; and ends with methods for enhancing and optimizing of grinding operations, simulation of grinding processes, and computer control of grinding machines. The perfect reference for practicing engineers involved in the grinding process, it will also be useful to researchers working in the field. Content: Front Matter Prefaces • Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Grinding Wheels: Composition and Properties 3. Grinding Geometry and Kinematics 4. Wheel Truing, Dressing, and Topography 5. Grinding Mechanisms 6. Thermal Aspects: Conventional Grinding 7. Thermal Aspects: Creep-Feed Grinding 8. Thermal Aspects: Grinding with CBN Abrasives 9. Fluid Flow in Grinding 10. Surface Roughness 11. Wheel Wear and Lubrication 12. Grinding Deflections: Grinding Cycles, Inaccuracies, and Vibrations 13. Simulation, Optimization, and Intelligent Control Index
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